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Govt to be tough against responsible for delayed projects

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Kathmandu / July 22: Urban Development Minister Prabhu Saha has said a contract for the development project which was awarded some 13 years ago is yet to be implemented. Taking part in a face-to-face programme organised by Reporters’ Club here Saturday, the Minister warned those failing to fulfill the given responsibilities to face action. “The […]

Ensure basic needs before talking of smart city

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Kathmandu / / July 22:  “Speed and effectiveness to guarantee quality are the prerequisites of service providers to make any city a smart city,” said economist Achyut Wagle, adding that ‘infrastructure auditing’ is essential to know there is solid foundation to transform any city into a smart city. Economist Wagle viewed this when he was inquired […]

Olangchungola connected to China via road network


Taplejung / July 22: Neighboring country China and Olangchungola in Taplejung district have been connected through a road network. The road construction initiative that started some seven months ago from Tiptal, a Nepal-China border point, was completed on Friday by constructing up to Olangchungola. On Friday, the vehicles from the Chinese contracting company arrived in […]

ICAO delists Nepal from serious security concerns category; EU to be informed about delisting from ICAO’s blacklist 


Kathmandu / July 21: The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) has removed Nepal from the list of serious security concerns (SSC) list. The ICAO took the fresh move based on progress evaluation of the civil aviation sector’s progress in Nepal since 2013. The Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN) said that a meeting of the […]

RPP to support the constitution amendment proposal


Kathmandu / July 21:The Rastriya Prajatantra Party (RPP) is to support the constitution amendment proposal registered at the Legislature-Parliament. The party central working committee (CWC) meeting that ran for three days from Wednesday took a decision to this effect. The meeting, deciding to adjust the party organizations at all 744 local levels, handed the responsibility […]

ICC U-19 qualifier-Nepal beat Singapore by 22 runs

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Kathmandu / July 21: Nepal defeated Singapore by 22 runs in its fourth match played today under the ICC Asia U-19 World Cup Qualifier cricket championship underway in Singapore. In the match played in the Singapore-based Indian Association’s cricket ground, Nepal opted to bat first after winning the toss and secured 168 runs in 46.5 […]

Five-member Constituency Delineation Commission formed; EC sets Sept 6 for filing nomination in Province 2

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Kathmandu / July 20: The government has formed a long-overdue five-member Constituency Delineation Commission (CDC) led by former Chief Justice Kamal Narayan Das. With the deadline of provincial and federal elecitons fast approaching, a cabinet meeting held in Singha Durbar on Thursday formed the commission headed by Das. Madhav Adhikari, Bishwa Kalyan Adhikari, Ganesh Karki, […]

Lawmakers draw govt’s serious attention to improve condition of roads

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Kathmandu / July 20: While speaking in today’s meeting of the Legislature-Parliament, Nepali Congress lawmaker Bhimsen Das Pradhan urged the concerned authority to improve the roads in the capital as they are in pitiable condition. He further announced to provide his one month equivalent salary for setting up a revolving fund in a memory of […]

NC mulls strategic plan to win 100 local units of Province No 2

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Kathmandu / July 20: Stung with poor results in the two local level elections despite being the largest political party in the Parliament, Nepali Congress has engrossed on a strategic plan to emerge victorious in 100 levels of Province No 2. During a meeting called to discuss how the party would win more seats in […]

Parliamentary body asks ministries to boost coordination to solve foreign employment problems

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Kathmandu / July 19: The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Home Ministry, and the Ministry of Labor and Employment, have been pressed to ensure strong and efficient coordination to resolve the problems relating to foreign employments. Legislature-Parliament’s International Relations and Labor Committee today drew the attention of government that the coordination among the concerned ministries was […]

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